Print Round-Up: FT.com Launches Lexicon; Emap Inform Memo; HeraldScotland.com Goes Live

FT Lexicon: FT.com has launched a glossary of financial terms, Lexicon.ft.com. Like Forbes Digital’s Investopedia, Lexicon offers 10,000 free definitions of tricky and widely used jargon. Readers are invited to suggest their own definitions or new terms and there’s an RSS feed of new entries.

Emap Inform: The B2B publisher confirmed last week that Simon Middleboe was stepping down as Inform CEO and now Emap CEO David Gilbertson says in a memo to staff the the decision was designed to “reduce as far as possible the overhead burden” at a time of “considerable revenue pressure”. Gilbertson says he’ll play a bigger role in the running of Inform and stresses that Middleboe’s departure is not performance related. From PG.

Newsquest sites launch: As trailed in April, regional publisher Newsquest has gone live with HeraldScotland.com will brings together content from the Glasgow Herald and Sunday Herald, replacing sundayherald.com and theherald.co.uk. The launch comes after Newsquest spent £1 million on new CMS technology from Atex back in 2007. Eveningtimes.co.uk is due to be re-launched later this year. Via HTFP.

EnvironmentGuardian.co.uk: Guardian.co.uk has relaunched its environment pages, which bring together green text and video coverage from the site, The Guardian and The Observer. At lunchtime on Tuesday foreign secretary David Miliband will take part in a live Q&A session with readers. Guardian News & Media now has six specialist environment correspondents, including one in China and another in Washington DC. Disclosure: paidContent:UK’s parent company ContentNext Media is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Guardian News & Media.